William Rollow, MD, MPH, ABIHM


Dr. Rollow received a BA in psychology from Harvard University in 1973, an MD from Stanford Medical School in 1977, and an MPH from University of Michigan in 1986. He completed a residency in Family Medicine at Cook County Hospital in Chicago in 1980. He is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Holistic and Integrative Medicine. He is Assistant Professor in Family and Community Medicine at the University of Maryland, and formerly directed the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Health and Healing.

Specialized Clinical Interests

Dr. Rollow provides primary or consultative care to adult and pediatric patients using a functional medicine approach.  He has a particular interest in cognitive and psychiatric disorders, including dementia (based on Dale Bredesen’s protocol), infectious (Lyme and other tick-borne illnesses), autism, and anxiety/depression (using nutrient and psychodynamic consultation).

Personal Statement

I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to connect with and learn from my relationship with you. I approach each encounter with the intent to understand the underlying issues that are affecting your life and your health. I see my role as to provide guidance among the multitude of options that are available during your healing process, and to be with you as it evolves.


Lauren Richter, D.O., M.Ac., ABIHM, IFMCP


Dr. Richter received a BA from Penn State University in 1980, a Doctor of Osteopathy degree (DO) from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1984, and a Masters of Acupuncture from Tai Sophia Institute (now Maryland University of Integrative Health) in 2004. She also became one of the first Functional Medicine Certified Practitioners in the state of MD in 2014. Dr Richter is residency trained in Family Medicine. She is certified by the American Board of Osteopathic Family Physicians and the American Board of Holistic and Integrative Medicine. She was an Assistant Professor in Family and Community Medicine at the University of Maryland from 2008-2017 and is now adjunct faculty with the University. She was formerly assistant medical director for the University of Maryland Center for Integrative Medicine from 2010 until 2013.

Specialized Clinical Interests

Dr. Richter provides primary or consultative care to adult and pediatric patients using a functional medicine approach.  She has a particular interest in nutrition, hormone balance, especially relating to women’s health, and certain cancer therapies. She is also an acupuncturist.

Personal Statement

It has been an awakening for me to be able to learn and provide a functional approach to medicine. I love that I can help guide you to the fundamental causes of why you are not experiencing optimal health and try to help you get to that goal. I consider myself to be a partner with you. The ultimate path to health is always yours. I am a resource, a guide, a sounding board and the voice of reason on your journey to learning more about yourself and your potential to be well.


Bridgette Provost, MD, MPH, ABAARM – Physician

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Dr. Bridgette Provost is an internal medicine physician with additional fellowship training in functional medicine and aesthetic medicine.  She received her undergraduate degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT in 2003.  She went on the receive her Master’s in Public Health from Yale University School of Public Health, in New Haven, CT, with a concentration in Health Policy and Administration in 2005.  She received her medical degree from Florida State University College of Medicine in Tallahassee, FL in 2010 and completed her residency training at Orlando Health in Orlando, FL in 2013.  Her fellowship training in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine and Aesthetic medicine was completed in 2017.

Clinical Interests

Dr. Provost provides primary and consultative care to adults using a functional medicine approach.  She cares for a multitude of illnesses/disorders (such as fatigue, weight gain, fatigue, fibromyalgia and menopausal syndromes), integrating conventional medicine, hormone (including pellet) therapy, dietary change, supplements, peptides, and other modalities.  She has a particular interest in hormone balance and weight loss.  She also provides aesthetic services including Botox injections.

Personal Statement

My goal is to work in collaboration with you to find the root cause of your symptoms in order to optimize your health.  I hope to offer guidance in your journey to being a healthier you.


Tammy Jett-Parmer, PA-C

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Tammy Jett-Parmer graduated from the University of Illinois with a BS in Psychology, went on to work in the broadcasting business, then returned to school to study medicine as a physician assistant in 1997 at Maryland’s first PA program, now located at Towson University.  In 2007 she began to work in environmental and integrative medicine.

Specialized Clinical Interests

Tammy utilizes the best of herbal medicine combined with nutrition, vitamins, and medical foods to help heal the gut, support the immune system, calm allergies, and balance hormones.  She takes the time to listen to your concerns, review your current plan, and implement strategies for your best health.  Women’s health throughout all life stages is a passionate focus of her work.

Personal Statement

I feel grateful to be able to continue my practice with Integrative Health Practices LLC.  I have a deep love of learning and true curiosity which informs my ability to get to the root causes of illness.   My own journey of learning in the field of integrative and functional medicine has reflected both personal healing and enfoldment, as well as true perspective change.  I am aware of how powerful the journey of transformation can be for anyone walking on the path of healing.  I and the practitioners at IHP are here to support and guide you every step of the way.

Maria Shesiuk, PA-C

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Physician Assistant, Personal Trainer, Yoga Instructor

Maria Shesiuk received a BS in psychology from Wayne State University in 2010 and MS in Physician Assistant studies from the Towson CCBC PA program in 2012.  She is an NASM certified personal trainer and a Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher. She has experience in hospital based medicine in internal medicine and surgery and has done individualized personal training and yoga therapy training.

Specialized Clinical Interests

Maria’s specialized focus at IHP is on functional medical evaluation and treatment of patients with chronic pain.  She has a strong interest in the impact of dietary change, particularly ketogenic, on various chronic diseases and chronic pain.  Additionally she interested in functional movement.  Her professional and personal experience has taught her the importance of physical fitness, mindfulness practices, and self-realization in alleviating symptoms of most ailments.

Personal Statement

I hope to help you heal by treating the mind and body as one.  My desire is not to simply treat symptoms and manage illness, but to help you maximize your levels of energy and vitality so that you can truly enjoy life.  We have many powerful tools to help the body heal itself.  With an open mind and a large dose of curiosity I have used nutrition, herbs, and movement practices to heal myself and to help others do the same.  As in shamanic practice, I often view you as the practitioner and myself as your facilitator in healing.